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The signs that you’re in good company

‘Organisations should never underestimate the power of a sign to portray a corporate commitment…’ Mark Bartlett, Managing Director, Signbox. When you think of the most…

2020 represents a new year with new vision as significant growth at Signbox continues

Signbox is one of Europe’s leading signage manufacturers and its pioneering signage solutions remain hard at work. In 2020, the multi-award-winning organisation is heralding a…

How to use architectural signage to create the ultimate hotel guest experience

The success of the hotel and hospitality sector depends on first impressions and lasting memories – wow them from check-in to departure day and you’ll…

Design with Glass

Finding the balance between the need for privacy with the need for a modern, airy interior design making use of glass walls and panels can…

Papergraphics organises free RIBA seminars for architects and designers

Having over 35 years of experience, Papergraphics, the UK's leading supplier of large-format inkjet print media, printers and services for the display graphics and CAD markets, is launching a new series of free CPD seminars approved by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and British Institute of Interior Designers (BIID).

FESPA Award Winners Again!

We are thrilled to announce that Signbox won an award for the third year in a row at FESPA Awards 2019. This time we received Silver for the outstanding and remarkable signage solutions we manufactured for IAG Cargo as part of rebranding their workspaces at London Heathrow and hubs in Dublin and Madrid.

7 Facts about Art in the Workplace

The impact of art in the workplace is often underestimated. Splashes of colours can not only brighten up the space, but can also change the atmosphere in an office and influence your employees to be more productive, more creative, but also happier. This blog post reveals Seven Facts why you should consider using Art in the Workplace – all backed up by research studies organised by various well-known organisations.  

Pantone Colour of the Year – Discover how Living Coral can energise your workspace and invigorate your teams

Since the 1960s, Pantone has been influencing creatives who rely on its standardised colour reproduction system for design and print continuity, consistency and inspiration. Every year it unveils a new Pantone Colour of the Year to reflect a new season of trends and influences that will fire the imagination of product developers and purchasers, designers and retailers; in 2019 that task falls to the incoming Colour of the Year: Pantone 16-1546 Living Coral.